The demise of this handheld console is brought to you today by the letters P and S and P. Zodiac was a true fighter, but lost the war of attrition.
Hargosh takes issue with certain retailers who want to bust his chops about trading in a few games.
With retro-gaming gaining popularity, it is nice to know that anyone can afford an arcade machine these days, and it will even fit into your home.
Todd now owns both an XM and a SIRIUS radio, though he finds two idiots on XM that bring the entire network down.
Hargosh gets his hands on two of the things he really wanted today: the Xbox 360 and Metal Gear Solid 4.
I find it hard to believe that a whole year has gone by, and I will be on my way back to Los Angeles for E3. While I prefer to wait for the big event to see what will be coming out, I just finished watching the official launch of the Xbox 360, and what can I say but holy @*%^! I know I had a taste of next gen gaming during the NFL Draft with the Madden Next Gen teaser, but the final result is too good to wait for. Nonetheless, this Wednesday is when the magic happens, and … Continue reading Pre-E3
A contract dispute threatens to sideline voice acting in video games, but if things work out, we have some really exciting top Hollywood talent cast in game roles.
Todd takes a look at the PSP’s movie capabilities, four popular launch titles and the general plusses and minuses of this amazing new system.
To ensure he would get one without causing a riot, Todd actually pre-ordered a new PSP. Will it be a GameBoy/DS killer? Todd thinks so.
Todd laments how an exclusive licensing deal will kill the MVP series, but such is the way of sports games these days.